Ashton Court
Ashton Court is a mansion house and estate to the west of Bristol in England. Although the estate lies mainly in North Somerset, it is owned by the City of Bristol. The mansion and stables are a Grade...
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Orchardleigh Estate
Orchardleigh (also spelled Orchardlea) is a country estate in Somerset, approximately two miles north of Frome, and on the southern edge of the village of Lullington. It comprises a Victorian country ...
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Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent is a row of 30 terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent in the city of Bath, England. Designed by the architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, it is a...
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Hazlegrove House
Hazelgrove House is a substantial 17th-century house and Grade II listed building located in the parish of Queen Camel near Sparkford, Somerset, England. It was largely rebuilt by Carew Mildmay in 173...
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Witham Friary
2°21′58″W / 51.169°N 2.366°W / 51.169; -2.366Witham Friary is a small English village and civil parish located between the towns of Frome and Bruton in the county of Somerset...
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Allerford
3°34′09″W / 51.2161°N 3.5691°W / 51.2161; -3.5691Allerford is a village in the county of Somerset, England, located within Exmoor National Park, and is part of the parish of S...
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Church of St John the Baptist, Yeovil
The Church of St John the Baptist in Yeovil, Somerset, England was built in the late 14th century and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.The tower, which was built around 1480, is 92 fee...
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Dunkery Beacon
Dunkery Beacon is the summit of Dunkery Hill, and the highest point on Exmoor and in Somerset, England. It is also the highest point in southern England outside Dartmoor.The sandstone hill rises to 1,...
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Bury Castle, Somerset
Bury Castle is an Iron Age hill fort and 12th medieval century castle near Selworthy, Somerset, England.
Bury Castle was built as a promontory fort, situated over the meeting of the River Exe and ...
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Taunton Castle
Taunton Castle is a castle built to defend the town of Taunton, Somerset, England.It has origins in the Anglo Saxon period and was later the site of a priory. The Normans then built a stone structured...
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Castle House, Bridgwater
Castle House in Bridgwater, Somerset, England was built in 1851 for William Ackerman. Much of the building is made of brick but it was one of the first buildings to make extensive use of Portland ceme...
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Aller, Somerset
2°51′W / 51.05°N 02.85°W / 51.05; -02.85Aller is a village and parish in Somerset, England, situated 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Somerton on the A372 road towards Bridgwater...
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Church of St Mary, North Petherton
The Church of St Mary in North Petherton, Somerset, England dates from the 15th century and has been designated as a grade I listed building. It is on the Heritage at Risk register due to the conditio...
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Dowsborough
Dowsborough Camp (or Danesborough or Dawesbury) is an Iron Age hill fort on the Quantock Hills near Nether Stowey in Somerset, England. It has been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument (No: 1894...
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Hinton Priory
Hinton Priory was one of the ten medieval Carthusian houses (charterhouses) in England. It was first established at Hatherop in 1222 by William Longspee, Earl of Salisbury. The monks disliked the loca...
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Tyntesfield
Tyntesfield is a Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall, North Somerset, England. The house is a Grade I listed building named after the Tynte baronets, who had owned estates in the ar...
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Ruborough Camp
Ruborough Camp is an Iron Age hill fort on the Quantock Hills near Broomfield in Somerset, England. The name comes from Rugan beorh or Ruwan-beorge meaning Rough Hill. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monume...
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Cow Castle
Cow Castle is an Iron Age hill fort 5.75 kilometres (4 mi) West South West of Exford, Somerset, England within the Exmoor National Park. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. It has been added to ...
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Glastonbury Lake Village
Glastonbury Lake Village was an Iron Age village, situated on a crannog or man made island in the Somerset Levels, near Godney, some 3 miles (5 km) north west of Glastonbury in the southwestern E...
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Barlynch Priory
Barlynch Priory (also known as St Nicholas's Priory and sometimes spelled Barlich Priory) in Brompton Regis, Somerset, England was Augustinian priory founded, by William de Say, between 1154 and 1189 ...
St Mary's Church, Portbury
St Mary's Church in Portbury, Somerset, England, is an Anglican parish church close to the M5 motorway. It is a Grade I listed building.It dates from the 12th century, with alteration and extension in...
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Mounsey Castle
Mounsey Castle is an Iron Age irregular triangular earthwork of 1.75 hectares (4.3 acres) north west of Dulverton, Somerset, England. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (No 35638). It has been added t...
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Victoria Bridge, Bath
Victoria Bridge in Bath, England, was built in 1836 across the River Avon. The bridge has been recognised as a Grade II* listed building.The bridge is an important example of a suspension bridge which...
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Cleveland Pools
Cleveland Pools in Hampton Row, Bath, Somerset, England is a semi-circular lido built, by John Pinch the elder, in 1815. It is believed to be the oldest public outdoor swimming pool in England.The poo...
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Church of St Mary the Virgin, East Stoke
The Church of St Mary the Virgin at East Stoke in Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset, England dates from the 12th century. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. It was previously dedicated to S...
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Cothelstone Manor
Cothelstone Manor in Cothelstone, Somerset, England was built in the mid-16th century, largely demolished by the parliamentary troops in 1646 and rebuilt by E.J. Esdaile in 1855–56.It is closely assoc...
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Cadbury Castle, Somerset
Cadbury Castle, formerly known as Camalet, is a Bronze and Iron Age hillfort in the civil parish of South Cadbury in the English county of Somerset. It is a Scheduled monument and associated with King...
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Redlynch, Somerset
2°25′19″W / 51.100°N 2.422°W / 51.100; -2.422Redlynch is a village in the civil parish of Bruton within the South Somerset district of Somerset, England.In the mid-12th centur...
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Lydford-on-Fosse
2°37′20″W / 51.07217°N 2.62225°W / 51.07217; -2.62225Lydford-on-Fosse is a village and civil parish in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. The parish includes the villag...
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Trendle Ring
Trendle Ring (or Trundle Ring) is a late prehistoric earthwork on the Quantock Hills near Bicknoller in Somerset, England. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (Site no. 33201). In 2013 it was added to ...
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